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Claudia’s stunning Sumner

• By Bea Gooding

CLAUDIA O’Shannessey’s

passion for protecting the

environment has resulted in

the year 13 Rangi Ruru Girls’

School student taking out one of

the top spots at an international

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The Sumner teenager’s photo,

Sustainable Surfer Seeks Waste

at Sumner, came second out of

nearly 200 entries at the annual

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The competition gives young

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Boost for small businesses

• By Avneesh Vincent

CHRISTCHURCH’S first

Learning Exchange platform

was launched last week by

Sumner Bays Union Trust.

The online project will help

connect businesses with the

community.

“It’s a web-based platform

which will also give the small

businesses an opportunity to

give workshops and promote

their products and services

through our platform,” said

Learning Exchange co-ordinator

Eve Wingerath.

She said it would help people

could reach out and learn different

skills from other people in

the community.

The platform was supposed to

be released in January but was

delayed due to Covid-19. Since

the lockdown, a lot of small

businesses had suffered both

financially and emotionally. It

also would help people to come

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than 100 people have shown

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Wingerath said these

courses would take place in

different locations, based on

the organiser’s preference,

and would be limited to 12

people. The restrictions around

attendance were due to the

concerns of the venue capacity

and Covid-19 limitations.

The trust had worked with

Bridge2Rocks Timebank so that

people could pay with time.

“You will get one credit per

hour of teaching and you could

use that credit to pay for some

other course you want to learn.

It’s a commerce of time,” said

Wingerath.

About $12,000 was invested

in the process of launching the

platform which included costs of

creation of a website, acquiring

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Wingerath are

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the Learning

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teaching resources, databases,

and so forth.

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at present covered the

communities of Sumner, Redcliffs,

Heathcote, Mt Pleasant,

and Woolston.

“Other communities could

also approach and share what

they want to do with their ideas,

however that is something for

later,” Wingerath said.

Sumner

teen gets

recognition

• From page 1

Claudia was one of three New

Zealand students who won

awards in the litter less campaign

category, with entries related to

the topic of litter and waste.

Her photo, which was placed

in the photography 15-18 years

category, features her younger

sister, Sienna, collecting waste on

Sumner beach.

The “huge” sunrise

represented the start of a new

day and symbolised the start of

something new, or change.

“You can clearly see her silhouette

where she is eagerly dragging

the trash bin in order to make a

change. Small acts matter,’’ she

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“She’s a surfer from Sumner

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Sustainability was something

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Rare artworks by Akaroa-born

ARTWORKS by avid adventurer

and Antarctic explorer Frank

Worsley sail into view on the

Akaroa Museum website this

month to mark the start of the

summer season on the ice.

In conjunction with

Christchurch’s Days of Ice

celebration, the new exhibition

– titled This Book Belongs to

Commander Frank Worsley–

reveals the prized pencil

drawings of the Akaroaborn

seaman, navigator and

Endurance hero.

Akaroa Museum director

Lynda Wallace believes it is

important to share the special

sketches – revealing Worsley’s

lifelong love of the sea – with a

wider audience online.

“Our collection of rare Worsley

drawings is both engaging

and revealing, taking us back to

the days when ships propelled

by wind and canvas carried men

on voyages around the world,”

Wallace said.

Worsley – the man responsible

for navigating tortuous seas

to save the members of Ernest

Shackleton’s 1914-17 imperial

trans-antarctic expedition –

shares images from his

sailing life.

“It’s wonderful to finally be

able to put these largely hidden

RARE: Pencil sketch by Frank Worsley. NEWSLINE

treasures on display online,” under full sail, flying across the

Wallace said.

waves.”

“Worsley ranks among our The nautical drawings feature

bravest adventurers. However, in a small sketchbook bearing

few know about his creative side. a bookplate stating: “This Book

“His sketches capture the Belongs to Commander F. A.

vanished beauty of ships at sea, Worsley.”

Worsley, who was born in

1872 and died in 1943, steered a

lifeboat, the James Caird, across

1500km of wild sub-Antarctic

sea in 1916 to seek help after the

Endurance was crushed by pack

ice in October 1915, stranding

its crew.

Apart from his thirst for

adventure, Worsley also had a

lifelong admiration for clippers,

the three-mast merchant ships

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seaman on museum website

ADVENTURER: Frank Worsley.

Photo donated by Patrick Bamford

“Not even the meanest man

that ever trod a plank could be

indifferent to the beauty of a

clipper ship under sail,” he

wrote.

Wallace describes Worsley as “a

remarkable man”.

“Even after his Antarctic

adventures, he continued to push

the boundaries, twice earning

the Distinguished Service Order

for bravery in World War 1,

sinking German submarines and

later taking on a treasure hunt to

Cocos Island,” she said.

“His artwork reveals his

passion for the sea and sailing,

whether as a death-defying

Timothy

Ara student

navigator and brilliant tactician

or extraordinary adventurer.

Akaroa Museum in Rue

Lavaud also hosts a permanent

exhibition, titled Salute to

Adventure, detailing Worsley’s

exploits.

The special online exhibition,

This Book Belongs to Commander

Frank Worsley, is part of this

month’s 10-day Days of Ice event,

which runs from Thursday,

October 8, until Sunday, October

18.

It celebrates the region’s unique

connection with Antarctica

through a range of events and

activities.

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Dairy owners fear for their lives

• By Matt Slaughter

WORCESTER Discounter

Supermarket’s owner knows full

well the impact robberies can

have and she fears for her life

every day.

Her dairy on Worcester St,

Linwood, is one of the 11 most

robbed in Christchurch, latest

statistics show.

The dairy has been robbed

twice since 2017.

The owner, who does not want

to be identified, was not working

when the robberies happened.

But the staff member who was

robbed was so traumatised he

quit his job.

She said during the first one,

three men armed with a hammer

and a knife entered and took

about $8000 of cigarettes and

cash from the till.

During the second robbery, a

male staff member was hit with

a hammer. Luckily, he was not

injured but he was shaken by the

experience.

The owner said she experiences

threatening behaviour from

customers every day, including

verbal abuse and is scared for her

safety.

“They are, like, always threatening

us,” she said.

“They are very threatening

to whoever comes in. They are

very annoying and they are very

scary.”

Security has now been upped

at the dairy. A fog cannon and

second door have been installed

to impair robbers’ vision and

slow them down when they try

to enter.

A fog cannon fills stores up

with fog until eventually there is

no visibility for would-be thieves

to see what they want to steal.

These also create an opportunity

for shop attendants to move to

safety if necessary.

The owner has never had

to activate the fog cannon in

the two years since it was installed.

An Official Information Act

request by The Star shows what

dairies are on the most robbed

list since 2017.

Hagley Night ‘n Day, Lincoln

Rd Convenience Store and Night

‘n Day Woolston top the list with

three robberies each.

There have been 53 dairy

robberies in Christchurch since

2017.

Two people have received

serious injuries and 19 with

TARGETED: Worcester

Discounter Supermarket,

Lincoln Rd Convenience

Store and Hagley Night

‘n Day are on the list of

most robbed dairies in

Christchurch since 2017.

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minor injuries during the holdups.

There were 65 weapons used

during these robberies, with the

most common being knives and

bats. Ten firearms were used.

These robberies resulted in 32

people being arrested.

More than 40 per cent of

robberies happened on weekends.

The next most popular

day was Mondays, with 20.8 per

cent.


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and being robbed every day

The most common time when do when robberies occur.

robberies happened is between “I guess, having a plan in place

6-8pm, with 18 hold-ups. The for both you and your staff would

next most frequent time

be the first thing. Having

thought through,

frame was 7-8am with

eight robberies.

if something like this

Detective Senior

does occur, what’s the

Sergeant Craig Johnson

best option for me to

said the things most commonly

taken during the

safe?”

keep myself and my staff

robberies are cash and

Johnson knows some

cigarettes.

His advice for shopkeepers

is to do what they

can to protect themselves

against robberies by putting in

place security measures such

as fog cannons, or metal bars

around their counters if

possible.

He said it is important shopkeepers

have a plan for what to

dairy workers arm

Craig themselves against robbers

but does not recom-

Johnson

mend using weapons to

defend yourself unless absolutely

necessary.

He said offenders who carry

out robberies can range from

youth offenders to experienced

criminals but no one group is

over-represented.

SAFETY: Police encourage dairy owners to install security

measures such as fog cannons or metal bars around

counters to protect themselves during robberies.

BY THE NUMBERS

Dairies which have been

robbed more than twice

since 2017

Hagley Night ‘n Day – 3

Lincoln Rd Convenience

Store – 3

Night ‘n Day Woolston – 3

Beachcomber Dairy (New

Brighton) – 2

BKD Dairy (Burnside) – 2

Dallington Discounter – 2

Harrington Dairy (Riccarton)

– 2

Langdons Rd Food Market

(Northcote) – 2

Riccarton Rd Convenience

Store – 2

Tuam Street Food Centre – 2

Worcester Discounter Supermarket

– 2

Since 2017 there have been:

53 dairy robberies in Chch

Two people seriously injured

and 19 who received minor

injuries

65 weapons used in dairy

robberies, including 28 items

used for cutting/ stabbing, 20

used for striking, 10 firearms

and 7 other weapons.

No weapons used in 11 dairy

robberies

32 people arrested for dairy

robberies

41.5 per cent of robberies

on weekends, 20.8 per cent

on Mondays, 11.3 per cent

on Tuesdays, 7.5 per cent on

Wednesdays, 11.3 per cent

on Thursdays and 7.5 per

cent on Fridays.

The most dairy robberies

between 6-8pm (18) and

7-8am (eight).

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News

Supporting women through hardship

• By Bea Gooding

A SENSE of belonging and

purpose has been the driving

force behind the success of a

women’s support group in the

last two decades.

The Women’s Social Support

Group at the Woolston Development

Project recently marked its

20th anniversary of nurturing the

lives of women across the city.

The group provides social

opportunities for women from

a diverse range of backgrounds,

including those facing unemployment,

mothers of children

with disabilities, or carers of sick

family members for long periods

of time.

WDP manager and facilitator

Bev Adams has been involved

with the group since its inception

and said its importance has

been highlighted now more than

ever due to Covid-19.

“The founding members

identified a concern that local

women were becoming more

isolated due to low income and

increasing health issues,” she said.

“We’ve seen a lot of changes

over the years, but isolation is

still an issue for women. Covid-19

showed how isolated people

actually were because they hadn’t

built those community connections

over time.”

The women’s group was

established in 2000 and started

with 10 members, but it has now

grown to more than 35.

Activities such as arts and

craft, games and bus outings

were on offer to enable women

MILESTONE: Woolston Development Project manager Bev Adams facilitates the many

outings and activities at the Women’s Social Support Group, which celebrates its

20th-anniversary this year.

to build positive relationships,

develop practical leisure skills

and increase awareness of other

opportunities city-wide.

Adams said the dynamic of

the group shifted over time

because members were able to

confide in each other around

issues such as domestic violence,

rather than attending just for the

activities.

This was particularly apparent

following the 2010 and 2011

earthquakes.

Said Adams: “Pre-earthquakes,

women came there to enjoy the

activities. When the earthquakes

hit we were closed for six weeks,

but they still depended on those

connections they had made especially

as many struggled with

losing their houses.

“The whole dynamic of the

group since then has changed.

PHOTO: GEOFF SLOAN

People are much more caring

and they never hesitate to check

in on each other.”

Many women readily accepted

the care and responsibility of

their families, whether it was

young children, ageing parents

or unwell partners.

Adams said this was often

to the detriment of their own

health and well-being, therefore

the group helped women take

some time out for themselves,

and develop lifelong friendships.

It impacted their lives due

to learning new skills such as

gardening, cooking, making

clothes or having a hobby, which

lifted self-esteem and confidence.

“Some of these women have

been working 24/7 to look after

someone, managing finances or

organising medical needs and

never think about what they want

or need,” she said.

“They become overtired and

depression is more apparent

because they’re eating, sleeping

and living for other people.

“Coming to a group like this

for two hours just provides some

respite and is a lifting of the spirits.

Having a laugh is incredibly

therapeutic.”

•The Women’s Social

Support Group meets

weekly at the Woolston

Development Project on

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during the school term.

•Founding member Gloria

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Wednesday October 14 2020

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‘It’s nice to make new friends’

• From page 9

• By Bea Gooding

MAKING FRIENDS in a new

city can often be no easy feat,

but for Gloria Brown, joining a

successful women’s group was a

decision that paid off.

Brown is one of the last

remaining founding members

of the Women’s Social Support

Group.

The Woolston resident moved

to Christchurch from Timaru in

1992 and joined the WDP after

a spontaneous decision to give

it a go.

Said Brown: “I joined the

group because I didn’t know

many people when I moved

up here, and I was looking for

friends, a job and things to do.

I found a leaflet in my letterbox

about it and I ended up joining

that day.

“It’s great because there’s

always new members coming

through, so it’s nice to make

new friends. Some members

even come from the other side of

town.”

Many came and went over the

years, but now only two founding

members remained – Brown,

along with Patsy Kerr.

Joining in on the fun became

a weekly ritual for Brown, who

seldom misses a meeting.

Along with arts and crafts,

regular excursions to attractions

such as the Christchurch

Gondola, the Botanic Gardens or

punting on the Avon River were

activities she enjoyed the most.

The companionship and

lifelong friendships were why she

remained at the group for the

last two decades, especially the

support she felt when she lost her

home in the February 22, 2011,

RITUAL: Gloria

Brown was a

founding member

of the Women’s

Social Support

Group and has

been part of the

organisation ever

since.

PHOTO: GEOFF

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Play rugby on your table top

• By Chris Barclay

WHILE ALL Blacks to club

rugby’s toilers are often urged to

play what’s in front of them, Zane

Thompson spent years refining

his game plan.

The board game fanatic spent

eight years toying with a project

to transplant the national sport

to a card and dice based game

where all the intricacies of

the code – even the ability to

determine the weather conditions

– are built in.

Although the goal is the same

as playing on grass – scoring tries

– three mini games: the scrum,

lineout and breakdown ensure

there is more to winning than a

lucky roll of the dice.

Usual tactical appreciation is

key while the sin bin, TMO and

astute use of the “cheat” card

can also influence the flow of a

match-up.

Thompson, 48, laid the

groundwork for Rugby – The

Game one morning after his son

Jacob’s match was rained off in

Christchurch.

“He made an off-the-cuff

comment: ‘It sucks there’s not

a rugby game’. I was like: ‘Let’s

make one’,” he said.

“It is a very different game now

to what it was. Originally I had 15

players lined out and it was quite

long and messy. It was dialed

back to get that fast game play

for a board rather than it being a

simulation.”

Now there are six positional slots

a side and a game of two halves

should take 40min for players 13

years and over. There is also a 7s

format planned for juniors.

Thompson developed an

interest in board games in the

1980s and it never wavered

in spite of the advent of video

consoles, computer games and

mobile phone game apps.

“As long as I can remember

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board games,” he said.

“That started with all your

standard family games like

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growing global industry.

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games can be a hard sell.

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that keen on a board game and

most board gamers aren’t that

into sport,” he said.

New Zealand Rugby is playing

a waiting game before they

endorse the product, so for now

Thompson’s supporters like Korey

Waipouri and Grant Golding are

the ‘stars’ of this edition.

“We’ll look at that (NZR)

after we get some sales up and

hopefully we can negotiate to use

some of the players,” Thompson

said.

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game.

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AN additional $611,000

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City council contractors

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contract costs, staff

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Cannabis factor in road deaths

• By Matt Slaughter

DRUGS HAVE been a factor in

just over 20 per cent of all road

deaths in Christchurch since

2017.

And cannabis has been

revealed as the predominant

drug in the crashes.

Latest figures obtained by Bay

Harbour News show of the 63

deaths on Christchurch roads

since 2017 13 involved drugs.

It comes as voters will decide

in 10 days whether to legalise

the recreational

use of cannabis

at the general

election.

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Sandra

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FATAL: Cannabis has been the most common drug found to be a factor in Christchurch

road deaths since 2017.

than two times more likely to

have an accident if you’re using

cannabis,” he said.

Alcohol was a factor in 13 of

the Christchurch road deaths.

The risk of legalising cannabis

is too high because current drug

testing measures can only show

if cannabis is in drivers’ systems,

not how much is in their systems,

said Ironside.

If cannabis is legalised, police

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much drivers are allowed to have

in their systems, similar to what

is used for alcohol, he said.

But police are saying little

about what their strategy for

cannabis enforcement for drivers

will be post-election.

“It is inappropriate for police

to comment on any potential or

proposed legislation changes,” a

police spokeswoman said.

Make it Legal manager Sandra

Murray, a group campaigning

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said she understands why cannabis

is often found as a factor in

road fatalities because it can stay

in people’s systems for weeks.

But she said a stronger case

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a bigger cause of road deaths.

“Alcohol, methamphetamine

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“If somebody has taken one of

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to be related to an accident, but

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News

Tributes flow after doctor’s sudden death

RESPECTED: Christchurch haematologist Dr Mark Smith

died suddenly on September 24.

• By Chris Barclay

​CHRISTCHURCH’S medical

community is in mourning

alongside scores of former and

current patients cared for by

leading haematologist Dr Mark

Smith.

The 58-year-old, who died

suddenly from a medical event,

was farewelled on October 2,

though the tributes continue

to flow for the influential

haematology consultant at the

Canterbury District Health

Board.

Kim Shields Tupou

encapsulated the depth of

gratitude felt among families

touched by Smith’s empathy and

professionalism in a message she

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“My father Joseph has been a

patient of yours since his initial

diagnoses of multiple myeloma

12 years ago. You have guided,

supported, been kind and

compassionate and used your

vast knowledge and expertise in

your treatment and management

of dad.

“When we were first told of his

prognosis, we were completely

devastated and we did not think

for one minute that we would be

blessed enough for him to beat so

many odds, have periods of being

well and for him to be still with

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“In this time, because of you

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so much fun, we have laughed,

travelled, cried, loved and made

so many beautiful memories to

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Lisa Webber also wrote from

a patient’s perspective when she

added: “I feel so privileged to

have been Mark’s patient for over

a 10 year time span.

“He helped me significantly

during the identification of an

unexpected blood disorder, and

guided me safely throughout

three precious pregnancies, and

post natal recovery time.

“At all times, Mark was always

open, kind, accessible and

compassionate. I will always be

so grateful for his care, guidance

and patience.”

Smith, who died on September

24, started his haematology

training in Christchurch in 1991

with a particular interest in

bleeding and clotting.

He qualified as a specialist

in 1995 and soon after he was

appointed to his first consultant

post at and Guy’s and St Thomas’

hospital in London, where he

eventually became clinical

director before returning to

Christchurch in 2002.

Long-term colleague Peter

Ganley said Smith left an

enviable legacy and a massive

void.

“Just as blood flows throughout

every part of the body, no

part of health is untouched by

haematology. Mark’s mana

and influence has flowed far

beyond our department, into

all of medicine and surgery into

primary and secondary care,” he

said.

“When you work with

someone every day for many

years you will know exactly their

value. When something fell over,

when we had an earthquake,

when we had the atrocity at the

mosque, when Covid struck,

Mark, to paraphrase loosely,

could keep his head when

everyone about was losing

theirs.”

Karl Archibald, vice-president

of the Haemophilia Foundation

of New Zealand, was also a

patient of Smith, who was an

avid athlete.

“Clinics with Mark would be

patient-focused, followed by tales

of his recent running triumphs

or trips,” he said.

“As a strong and considered

clinical advocate in the national

and international bleeding

disorders community, Mark

leaves a legacy that has raised the

standard of care for all.”

Smith, who was planning to

run the Queenstown marathon

on November 21, is survived

by his wife Cathy and children

Torin and Zoe.


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Tasty Bites

Have a lot of fun with filo pastry

FILO PASTRY is easy to use and

you will end up with a lovely

light, crisp pastry if you follow

these rules.

Work fairly quickly and if you

are called away while you are

rolling the parcels, cover the

unbuttered stack with a tea towel

to prevent it drying out.

If the pastry is very cold, it

will be more fragile and tend

to crumble, so give it 20min

to come to room temperature

before you open the packet.

Three Cheese and Chicken

Filos

Ingredients

500gm chicken tenderloins

(you need 10)

50gm cream cheese

120gm feta cheese

25gm parmesan cheese

pepper

2 sundried tomatoes in oil

100gm butter

10 sheets filo pastry

Directions

Remove the filo pastry from

the fridge and let it come to come

to room temperature.

Begin by cutting out the sinewy

strip from the tenderloins. Place

the tenderloins into a large frying

pan on a high heat and fry for a

minute or so on each side so that

they are half cooked. You may

need a little oil in the pan to prevent

them sticking.

Place the cream cheese into a

bowl and crumble over the feta.

Grate in the parmesan and mix

this all together thoroughly with

a fork. Season with pepper.

Dry the tomatoes on kitchen

paper and slice finely. Melt the

butter.

Have all of this ready before

you open the packet of filo pastry.

On a large clean dry work

surface, lay out the filo. Remove a

sheet and brush lightly with melted

butter. Lay another sheet over

the top and brush this as well.

Place two of the cooked tenderloins

at the edge closest to you

and add a fifth of the cheese mixture

and a few of the chopped

tomatoes. Place on another tenderloin

and begin to roll them up

in the filo.

Fold in the sides and finish

rolling so that you end up with

a tidy parcel. Brush lightly but

thoroughly with butter and lay

on a baking sheet.

Continue in this way until all

the chicken and filling has been

used. You should have five parcels.

At this stage, you can cover

them and store them in the

fridge for up to 24 hours. They

can also be frozen for later cooking.

Be sure to cover them well

and as the pastry is quite fragile

when frozen. It is a good idea to

place them in a solid container.

Bake in a 200 deg C oven for

10-12min.

Keep an eye on them as they

will burst if they are left in too

long.

Mushroom strudel

Ingredients

25gm butter

1 small onion

250gm mushrooms

150gm cream cheese

100gm sour cream

salt and pepper to taste

75gm butter

filo pastry

Directions

Finely chop the onion and put

it in a frying pan with the first

measure of butter. Cook over a

medium heat until the onion is

soft but not coloured.

Rinse and trim the mushrooms

and slice finely. Add to the onion

and turn up the heat. Cook for

around 5min until the mushrooms

are starting to brown up.

Remove from the heat and add

the cream cheese. Let it sit in the

hot pan to melt a little before

stirring through. Stir in the sour

cream and a little salt and pepper.

Don’t mix it too much or you will

end up with a very unattractive

grey mixture.

Melt the second measure of

butter.

Lay out the filo pastry on a

clean, dry work surface. Take a

sheet off the top and brush with

melted butter. Lay a second sheet

over the top and brush this one

as well.

Fold your pastry into a rectangle

and brush again. Lightly mark

the rectangle into thirds, lengthways.

Place a large tablespoonful

of the mushroom filling just

above the centre line in the first

third of your pastry, then fold to

form a triangle. Keep folding in

triangles, tucking it quite tight so

there are no gaps at the corners.

Fold the end under neatly.

Continue in this way until all

the filling has been used. Brush

the tops of the triangles with butter

and place on an oven tray. As

with the previous recipe, they can

now be refrigerated for a day or

frozen for later use.

Bake at 200 deg C for 8min,

being careful not to over cook

them or the filling will burst out.

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Take a tour of Ngaio Marsh House

Ngaio Marsh House and

Garden at 37 Valley Rd,

Cashmere, will be open

from 11am to 3pm over

Labour weekend, October

24 to 26. And on the

weekends of October

31 to November 1 and

November 7 to 8.

Entry costs $10

STEP INTO the scene of

murderous plots with a

Christchurch Heritage Festival

tour of the home of crime fiction

queen Dame Ngaio Marsh to

mark the 125th anniversary of

the author’s birth.

Born in Christchurch in 1895,

Marsh died in 1982, aged 86.

Nestled in a quiet corner of

Cashmere, the weatherboard

house – designed by leading

local architect Samuel Hurst

Seager – was home to the awardwinning

writer for 76 years, with

the family among the first to

settle in the area.

Today visitors can wander

back in time, with the interior –

packed with Marsh’s furniture,

family treasures, books, awards

and art – offering a unique

narrative.

The Heritage Festival tour,

which runs over three weekends

from Saturday, October 24,

shares chapters from Marsh’s life

WRITING HOME: Take a tour of Ngaio Marsh House as part of the Christchurch Heritage

Festival.

as a writer, director and lifelong

painter.

Ngaio Marsh House and

Heritage Trust spokeswoman

Jessica Petersen believes the

house “enriches the national

cultural heritage of New

Zealand”.

“While the house has been

enlarged over the years, it is

authentically presented, much as

Dame Ngaio lived in it,” Petersen

says.

“The table is set with Dame

Ngaio’s china, and the dining

room and sitting room drapes

are made from fabric chosen by

Dame Ngaio on her travels.

“There is also memorabilia

from her many Shakespearean

productions, her writing desk,

and much lauded Long Room.”

Petersen says the writer’s

“whodunnit career began on a

cold, wet weekend in London in

1931”.

“She was bored and sat down

to write what would become her

first Roderick Alleyn novel, A

Man Lay Dead.

“Over 50 years, she wrote 32

classic English detective novels,

even becoming more popular

than her contemporary, Agatha

Christie, at one stage.”

Ngaio Marsh House is a

Category 1 Historic Place,

with a registered heritage

garden.

The house’s designer was

also responsible for wellknown

World War I memorials

overseas, and several Summit Rd

landmarks, including the Sign of

the Kiwi.

Visitors can join a guided tour

through the house and grounds

to discover more about Marsh’s

life and work.

•The Christchurch

Heritage Festival runs

from Saturday, October

24, until Sunday,

November 8.

• Check out the full

Heritage Festival

programme online at

ccc.govt.nz/heritagefestival

Discover our heritage

This spring, explore more than 50 special events.

Tours, open days, exhibitions, workshops,

performances and more.

Sat 24 Oct – Sun 8 Nov 2020

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Check out the full programme:

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Museum Unveils Concept Designs

for Proposed Redevelopment

Canterbury Museum has released concept designs for its $195 million

proposed redevelopment, which celebrate and reveal more of the

Museum’s heritage buildings, provide twenty-first century visitor facilities

and meet the exhibition and storage needs of a modern museum.

Canterbury Museum Director Anthony

Wright says that the Museum has

listened very carefully to the feedback it

has received so far.

He says that Athfield Architects

have captured all of the feedback in

the proposed concept designs, while

maintaining the much-loved intimate

feel of the Museum. “The design

increases the sense of discovery, surprise

and the feeling of never being quite sure

of what’s around the corner. However the

way people move through the Museum

will definitely be improved.

“We will be bringing back the blue

whale skeleton has not been on public

display for 26 years. The 26.5 metre

skeleton will be a focal point in the

Museum, suspended in a new central

full-height glass roofed atrium,” says Mr

Wright. “We are also looking forward to

developing a new, expanded Antarctic

exhibition.”

Canterbury Museum Chair David

Ayers says, “The brief we provided

Athfield Architects was quite

challenging.”

“We want the proposed redevelopment

to enhance and celebrate our history by

unveiling heritage fabric that has been

hidden for many years. The concepts

have more than met our expectations

and we’re looking forward to hearing

what the Canterbury community thinks.”

Welcoming Space: The Museum is

working closely with Ngāi Tūāhuriri on

the concept designs. Puamiria Parata-

Goodall, Kaiurungi (Chair) of the

Museum’s Ōhākī o Ngā Tīpuna says.

“At the heart of the new Museum is a

new space called Araiteuru, housed in

the central full-height atrium. Araiteuru

celebrates the importance of how we

welcome people to the Museum and this

is where we will tell the story of mana

whenua and tangata whenua through

a mix of contemporary and traditional

methods.”

Araiteuru will be home to a new

contemporary whare – a ceremonial and

educational space. The Whare Whakairo

(carved meeting house) Hau Te Ananui

O Tangaroa, a taonga that hasn’t been on

display for 64 years, will also hold pride

of place in Araiteuru.

The concept designs propose that

the walls on the northern sides of the

original Benjamin Mountfort-designed

buildings will be revealed and original

exterior elements, including the flèche

(slender roof-top spire) on the Rolleston

Avenue façade, will be reinstated.

A new three-storey building, within

the height limits of the Rolleston Avenue

roof line, would wrap around the north

side of the heritage buildings, exposing

their heritage walls to public view. The

building would include mezzanine floors,

multifunctional spaces such as a new

lecture theatre and increased space for

permanent and temporary exhibitions.

Base isolation would be added across the

site to protect the heritage buildings and

the collections, and to bring the site up to

100% of Building Code. New collection

storage would be created as part of this.

A key element of the concept design

is a second Rolleston Avenue entrance.

The current entry to the Museum is too

small to be the only entrance, and with

more than 750,000 visitors a year and

rising, an additional entrance will reduce

congestion and improve the flow of

visitors into the building. This entry will

also house a cafe with sidewalk seating.

Heritage architecture expert Jim

Gard’ner says the concept design for the

Rolleston Avenue facade respects and

celebrates the Gothic Revival language

of Benjamin Mountfort. “The additions

to the Museum and planned central

circulation patterns are informed by

Mountfort’s original unrealised plans and

ideas for the extension of the Museum.

“The proposed additional entrance

on Rolleston Avenue will have three

openings into a covered portico. This

draws on the typical tripartite form

commonly found in Gothic Revival

architecture, including the 1878 porch of

the existing entrance to the Museum, key

entrances within the Arts Centre, and

the porch of Christ Church Cathedral,”

says Mr Gard’ner.

Floor to ceiling glass will be added to

part of two floors of the Roger Duff Wing

which will house a split-level family

cafe alongside Discovery, the Museum’s

natural history centre for children.

You can see the concept designs and

give feedback at the Museum or online

at www.canterburymuseum.com.

Feedback on the concept designs closes

on 23 October.


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THE earthquake-damaged

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from a young age has always Julia is one of 25 young industries that were oten maledominated,

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